How to Use the Alabama Unemployment Application Tracker [2022]?

The Alabama Department of Labor has released a new app called Alabama Unemployment. The app was created to help the people of Alabama cope with the recent Pandemic issue.

Alabama residents can benefit from the following features via the app.

  • Individuals can file Unemployment Compensation claims.
  • They can verify the status of the claim.
  • They can verify the amount received.
  • The application can be downloaded at the Department of Labor’s official website. It is entirely safe for use and free to download. The most recent version fixed all of the app’s faults and issues.

Features of the Alabama Unemployment App

Who Qualifies?

Anyone who has worked or is now working in the United States can receive benefits. Check that they have worked for at least a year.
Individuals whose wife/husband is an active duty military member may also file a claim.

Criteria for Eligibility

To apply for Alabama unemployment benefits, you must furnish the following information.

  • Your current mailing address.
  • Your most recent employer’s employment dates.
  • The number of Social Security.
  • Identity Documentation (such as a driver’s license, a state-issued ID card, and your mother’s maiden name).

Frequently Asked Questions

Q1: How do I make a claim?

You can file a claim from any mobile phone. To file a claim, call 1-866-234-5382 or go to https://labor.alabama.gov/uc/Claims/default.aspx.

Q2:- Am I eligible if I am let go from my former employment or if I quit?

Yes, you will, but there are some requirements…

You must be able to work, available for work, prepared to accept a suitable job, actively seeking full-time employment, and unemployed through no fault of your own.

If you quit your employment, you must confirm that you did so for a good reason related to your job.

If you are fired, you must demonstrate that it was due to a work-related reason specified in Alabama UC Law.

Q3: Will you be eligible for the claim if you already work part-time?

Yes, if your total weekly earnings are less than your weekly benefit amount.

Q4: Will I be eligible for unemployment benefits if my employer reduces my work hours?

Yes, but make sure you did not request a reduction and that your weekly earnings are less than the weekly benefit amount.

Q5: How much money will I receive each week in benefits?

Ans5: You will be paid between $45 and $275. (Amount will be calculated using your base period earnings)

Q6: How do I verify the status of my claim/benefits?

Go to https://uiclaimstracker.labor.alabama.gov/ and select the ‘View Claim Status’ button. amount of benefits claimed

Then, enter your SSN and PIN and click the Login Button. You can check your status there. App for unemployment benefits

Q7: How do I obtain the Unemployment Insurance Assistance Number?

Visit this page to obtain a phone number linked to your concern.

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